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Round Lake Area Library hosts mural contest

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"What Does the Round Lake Area Library Represent to Me" is the subject of a mural contest open to any library patron in good standing 15 and older.

Submissions, which are due in person between May 14 and May 21, can be made by individuals or teams. Each participant or team may submit up to three entries.

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Entry forms are available in the Adult and Youth Services Department, 906 Hart Road, Round Lake, or at http://www.rlalibrary.org/. Public voting to select the winner is between June 1 and June 14 and will be open to all Round Lake patrons.

The winning entry will be displayed in the library's lobby for one year and the top three winners will be showcased on the library's website. Contact Penny McMahon (847) 546-7060 or pmcmahon@rlalibrary.org

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